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Pandôo [Sepe]

pass \pɑːs\

  1. mbëtï-tambûla
    • Commuting by bus is cheaper if you buy a monthly pass.
      • Voyager en autobus est plus économique si on achète une carte mensuelle.
    1. (Yöngö) pasapöro
  2. (Sêndâsêse) ...
    • As Laozi was about to cross the western pass, a guard recognized him.
  3. müngö
    • He received a pass from Smith and scored the winning goal.

Palî [Sepe]

pass \pæs\ , \pɑːs\ wala \pɑ:s\

  1. (Wambenze) ...
    • She passed me on the sidewalk, and she never even said hello!
  2. ...
    • I finally managed to pass the car on that mountain road.
    • The other car is going so slowly. Why don’t you pass?
    • At this rate, we’ll pass the competition in six months.
  3. (Wambenze) ...
    • Pass me another helping of vegetables, please.
  4. (Wambenze) ...
    • Did you pass your exam?
  5. (Wambenze) ...
    • We passed a very agreeable afternoon together in the park.
  6. (Wambenze) ...
  7. ...
    • Could you pass me the salt, please?
  8. (Kürü, Mbumbuse) ...
    • Would you like some chocolate cake? I’ll pass.
  9. ...
    • I’m a transgender man, but I “pass”, meaning that unless I choose to disclose my transgender identity, the world reads me and treats me like a straight man. I traverse society with all the ease of any middle class, straight white man. — (“I'm Leaving the UK Because of Its Rampant Transphobia” na Vice , 2020 → dîko mbëtï)


Nörvêzi (nynorsk)[Sepe]

Pandôo [Sepe]

pass \sêndagô ?\

  1. pasapöro